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She's a Fighter! Floyd Mayweather Sends Boxing Gloves to Cancer Survivor Leah Still

Floyd Mayweather sent former NFL star Devon Still's daughter, Leah, a cancer survivor, autographed gloves. (Instagram) Floyd Mayweather sent former NFL star Devon Still's daughter, Leah, a cancer survivor, autographed gloves. (Instagram)

 Floyd Mayweather sent Leah Still a thoughtful present to support her fight against cancer.

The boxer sent a pair of autographed boxing gloves to the five-year-old, who bravely battled cancer and beat it.

Her dad, former NFL player Devon Still, shared the news to Instagram.

Read: Floyd Mayweather Paid Nearly $5 Million For a New Car

 

 

Big s/o to @floydmayweather for the package I got today! I've always been a fan of boxing and Leah always watches it with me. So when she was diagnosed with cancer I told her she had to win every round (like boxers- mayweather to be exact) of chemo/treatment and she would win the fight against cancer. When @floydmayweather found that out he surprised Leah with an autographed glove for winning her fight and he threw in another glove for me to auction off at my first annual Still Strong Foundation Gala! #UndefeatedInTheRing #UndefeatedAgainstCancer #BeatUpCancer #LeahStrong #StillStrongFoundation

A photo posted by Devon Still (@man_of_still75) on Oct 28, 2015 at 5:11pm PDT

The girl mentioned that the gloves won’t sit on her shelf, instead will be auctioned off for her first annual Still Strong Foundation Gala.

Last month, Devon said his daughter is doing great more than a year after beaing diagnosed with Stage IV neuroblastoma.

Read: This Cancer Survivor Wore Something  New On Their Head Every Day to Raise Awareness

As the five-year-old daughter mentioned in her post #UndefeatedInTheRing #UndefeatedAgainstCancer.

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